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SCALNC supports veterans activities at ALNC
Farrington Hall, built in 1908 by former Congressman William F. Aldrich. See pictures, relics and five murals by Giuseppe Moretti, creator of Vulcan in Birmingham.
1928 Company Store depicts early history of coal mining in Shelby County. Contains numerous collections of pictures, artifacts and simulated coal mine.
The American Village is a unique attraction in the heart of Alabama, situated on 188 acres of rolling pasture and wooded land in Montevallo, about a half hour south of Birmingham. Its architecture is strikingly evocative of iconic early American design.
A unique selection of antiques in a quiet, country setting.
Support local farmers at our Monday Market!
The Montevallo Golf Club, open to the public year-round, provides residents and visitors with a great source of outdoor recreation, a pro-shop, golf carts, and excellent greens and fairways.
Our largest park features a walking trail, carved trees, Shoal Creek, covered picnic tables, a beautiful gazebo, and a small playground. Orr Park is great for picnics, riding bikes, playing soccer or frisbee, or simply watching the clouds.
Buildings date from 1823. Campus designed by Olmsted Brothers of landscape architecture firm that designed New York's Central Park and grounds of Biltmore Estate.
Sixty acres of wooded wetlands and home to numerous species of fungi, plants, and animals. Wheelchair-accessible boardwalk with interpretive signage.